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3. Two hands gripping the same ineffable baton.
5. The sage who has viewed the ineffable beauty of his.
6. Such a day is an ineffable mixture of dream and of reality.
7. Supreme and ineffable joy fil s a bursting heart and the.

8. On the one hand, miasms; on the other, an ineffable perfume.
9. Ken has lost that ineffable feeling of Sunday morning grace.
10. He heard an ineffable voice, which must have been her voice.
11. Mercedes turned her eyes with an ineffable look towards heaven.
12. It remained, however, gentle and veiled in an ineffable half-light.
13. It was the ineffable first embrace of two maiden souls in the ideal.
14. She had a smile of ineffable sweetness with white well formed teeth.
15. Blessed with a vision of God’s ineffable glory and his divine grace, all.
16. Received with ineffable love, a sense of foreboding, a sense of time running out.
17. I hate men! Your fable proves nothing but the ineffable conceit of your sex!.
18. The glory and majesty that the workings of his God radiated was an ineffable sight.
19. How should you? how should you? repeated Pavel Pavlovitch with ineffable sweetness.
20. It is ineffable and ephemeral, and it operates on the margin between thought and feeling.
21. Ultimately language will never reach the ineffable, but let's bring it as close as we can.
22. There was the Sicilio-Catholic upbringing of the auteur, all those ineffable points of reference.
23. I cry and mourn for what’s really left of you—the ineffable essence that truly was you.
24. Again the Elf experienced the ineffable as she had in the presence of the One, just a few minutes.
25. Will I, nill I, the ineffable thing has tied me to him; tows me with a cable I have no knife to cut.
27. The blissful state receives fulfillment with miracles in unique way permeated by an ineffable joy and love.
28. A universe of ineffable gaudiness spun itself out in his brain while the clock ticked on the wash-stand and the.
29. The most ineffable accents of the feminine voice employed to lull you, and supplying the vanished universe to you.
30. Desire was lost in more ineffable emotions, and to protect her from insult and sorrow--to make her happy, seemed.
31. Then she raised her arms to heaven, and her white face became ineffable; her lips moved; she was praying in a low voice.
32. He would have to steel himself wholeheartedly if he were to carry on with his Pilgrimage and meet his ineffable destiny.
33. But when she tried to sniff for his scent, he got nothing, and in some ineffable way had figured out that Sim was a thing.
34. By virtue of something ineffable and melancholy which enveloped him, she felt the look in his eyes which she could not see.
35. It is an ineffable state, which is neither static nor dynamic’ — the attribute and its contrary attribute are equiposed.
36. Koan - Zen pointers to ineffable reality which appear as contradictions to the rational mind and cannot be solved by its reductionism.
37. So that’s the end of it! Now you, sir, will you answer me or not? he went on suddenly, gazing at Gania with ineffable malice.
38. How calm that time had been! How she longed for the ineffable sentiments of love that she had tried to figure to herself out of books!.
39. The rain had ceased temporarily, but the sky wore a look of ineffable gloom, and the feathery mist trailed along the earth like an uneasy ghost.
40. But this painful respiration hardly troubled a sort of ineffable serenity which overspread her countenance, and which transfigured her in her sleep.
41. Here comes such a subtile and ineffable quality, for instance, as truth or justice, though the slightest amount or new variety of it, along the road.
42. All at once, in the midst of this profound calm, a fresh sound arose; a sound as celestial, divine, ineffable, ravishing, as the other had been horrible.
43. As this ends, a smile of ineffable love beams forth from the face of the Lord as He raises His right hand in the attitude of benediction, while a great.
44. He has discovered the combination of sounds that, although perceived as beautifully ineffable and impossible to capture, inspire creativity nevertheless.
45. The man also had the ineffable audacity to accuse the Council of lies and crimes to the people, twisting the word of the Law and spewing forth horrific untruths.
46. On the day when their eyes met at last, and said to each other those first, obscure, and ineffable things which the glance lisps, Cosette did not immediately understand.
47. Only, as he was five and fifty, and Cosette eight years of age, all that might have been love in the whole course of his life flowed together into a sort of ineffable light.
48. Leblanc and his daughter had just quitted, a handkerchief, a very simple handkerchief, without embroidery, but white, and fine, and which seemed to him to exhale ineffable perfume.
49. When two mouths, rendered sacred by love, approach to create, it is impossible that there should not be, above that ineffable kiss, a quivering throughout the immense mystery of stars.
50. Madeleine she felt the frightful shades of hatred crumble and melt within her, and something warm and ineffable, indescribable, which was both joy, confidence and love, dawn in her heart.
51. It all added up to more than he could really put into words, maybe more than even a poet could—something beyond the sum of its parts, something mysterious and ineffable and gorgeous to behold.
52. Hopkins might behold it with ineffable joy and see his own glory diminish if the suffering of the lost should wane, but that type of heart has never been mellowed by the softening influences of the gospel.
53. After a life of love, an eternity of love is, in fact, an augmentation; but to increase in intensity even the ineffable felicity which love bestows on the soul even in this world, is impossible, even to God.
54. A slim girl of just over average height, white skin and jet black hair, large eyes, the crinkles at the edges permanent from so much smiling of that large mouth with the perfect teeth and ineffable sweetness.
55. His task finished, he returns to ineffable ecstasies, to contemplation, to joys; he beholds his feet set in afflictions, in obstacles, on the pavement, in the nettles, sometimes in the mire; his head in the light.
56. The Frenchman listened to her with perfect patience, and when she had ceased, said to her, with ineffable politeness: Madam, it would give my master, the Emperor, infinite pain, if he knew how hardly you thought of him.
57. An exquisite grace, for beauty enhanced by ingenuousness is ineffable, and nothing is so adorable as a dazzling and innocent creature who walks along, holding in her hand the key to paradise without being conscious of it.
58. But these stumbling blocks are like child's building blocks compared to the one Fishmael has chosen; he has decided to stub his toe (in the process of kicking, but stub it nonetheless) against the infinite, the ineffable, the Fish of God.
59. Morrel listened to catch the last sound of her dress brushing the branches, and of her footstep on the gravel, then raised his eyes with an ineffable smile of thankfulness to heaven for being permitted to be thus loved, and then also disappeared.
60. The old major, tall and fantastically ragged like a scarecrow, walked round the body of the late Senor Hirsch, muttering to himself with ineffable complacency that like this there was no need to guard against any future treacheries of that scoundrel.
61. Farewell to the panorama that filled our hearts and souls with ineffable emotions; the moon that was waiting to see us off, still there in the broad daylight, the limpid atmosphere and bright blue sky and walked to take the path of the three thousand steps.
62. Noirtier regarded the lovers with a look of ineffable tenderness, while Barrois, who had remained in the room in the character of a man privileged to know everything that passed, smiled on the youthful couple as he wiped the perspiration from his bald forehead.
63. She would come directly, charming, agitated, looking back at the glances that followed her, and with her flounced dress, her gold eyeglass, her thin shoes, with all sorts of elegant trifles that he had never enjoyed, and with the ineffable seduction of yielding virtue.
64. Lydgate turned his dark eyes on her and watched her as she delicately handled the tea-service with her taper fingers, and looked at the objects immediately before her with no curve in her face disturbed, and yet with an ineffable protest in her air against all people with unpleasant manners.
65. It was what is said in the bower, a prelude to what will be said in the chamber; a lyrical effusion, strophe and sonnet intermingled, pleasing hyperboles of cooing, all the refinements of adoration arranged in a bouquet and exhaling a celestial perfume, an ineffable twitter of heart to heart.
66. The point as to which there exists no doubt is, that Sister Simplice, the sole witness of the incident, often said that at the moment that Jean Valjean whispered in Fantine's ear, she distinctly beheld an ineffable smile dawn on those pale lips, and in those dim eyes, filled with the amazement of the tomb.
67. Aside from those more obvious considerations touching Moby Dick, which could not but occasionally awaken in any man's soul some alarm, there was another thought, or rather vague, nameless horror concerning him, which at times by its intensity completely overpowered all the rest; and yet so mystical and well nigh ineffable was it, that I almost despair of putting it in a comprehensible form.
68. Since from the descent of the presence of our Saviour Jesus Christ the unwearied and benevolent and mighty Shepherd and Teacher and Physician I beheld and saw the ineffable and holy and unspotted mystery of the Christians who hold the hope in holiness and who have been sealed; and since I have zealously served Him I have deemed it necessary to give account of the mysteries which I have heard and seen.
69. The very anticipations of delight to be enjoyed in his forthcoming visits—the bright, pure gleam of heavenly happiness it diffused over the almost deadly warfare in which he had voluntarily engaged, illumined his whole countenance with a look of ineffable joy and calmness, as, immediately after Villefort's departure, his thoughts flew back to the cheering prospect before him, of tasting, at least, a brief respite from the fierce and stormy passions of his mind.
70. Had it been the simply immeasurable vastness of the vista around them, this huge shaft that no mind could lay claim to even imagining it? Was it the sudden realization of having returned home in a most inexplicable, wondrous, and even uncanny fashion? Was it the combination of both? What had weakened his strong, determined mind? What had broken a man who was ready to give up his life for his unborn child, for a different, if not a better future? Hilderich could not tell, and only thought that it was an ineffable loss.
71. That was true: he had spent a year selling subscriptions to bring the Cortot-Casals-Thibaud trio to the Dramatic Theater, and there was no one in the government who even knew who they were, while this very month there were no seats left for the Ramón Caralt company that performed detective dramas, for the Operetta and Zarzuela Company of Don Manolo de la Presa, for the Santanelas, ineffable mimics, illusionists, and artistes, who could change their clothes on stage in the wink of an eye, for Danyse D’Altaine, advertised as a former dancer with the Folies-Bergère, and even for the abominable Ursus, a Basque madman who took on a fighting bull all by himself.
72. Mutating beyond posited speculative teleologies, its ability to inquire rapidly eclipsing each invented mystery, paradox or technical impossibility, how will this bored demiurge, with nothing to occupy its ever increasing intelligence, look at the universe when it discovers its own internal laws of unlimited reconfigurations? We will have made it in our image, our brain, but what soul, what heart will it have as it recreates us to be the subjects of its ineffable and incomprehensible I'mage? Will we be the feeding servants, the domesticated pet, the annoying beast, the malignant tumor, the species under glass and specimen for evaluation? How many humans do you think will be needed? Any?
73. Had you seen her this morning, Mary, he continued, attending with such ineffable sweetness and patience to all the demands of her aunt’s stupidity, working with her, and for her, her colour beautifully heightened as she leant over the work, then returning to her seat to finish a note which she was previously engaged in writing for that stupid woman’s service, and all this with such unpretending gentleness, so much as if it were a matter of course that she was not to have a moment at her own command, her hair arranged as neatly as it always is, and one little curl falling forward as she wrote, which she now and then shook back, and in the midst of all this, still speaking at intervals to me, or listening, and as if she liked to listen, to what I said.
74. With ray of light, steady, ineffable, vouchsafed of Thee,.

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